Whether you’re interested in cutting back your water usage, creating a drought-tolerant garden, or recycling items around the house, we think you’ll find this edition of AGR Weekly helpful.
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Rejuvenate Your Garden With Creativity This Year
Ready to get back to the garden?
A lot of homeowners are tired of letting their garden go idle, so we thought we’d share a few creative tips to get back to your passion. Use these tips to add personality and style to your garden.
Let us know how it goes!
Creative Ways to Recycle Materials for Your Landscaping
Another way to re-spark your interest in landscaping might be laying around your house.
We found this article interesting, as it explores materials you can re-purpose for your landscaping in a way that adds creativity and uniqueness. Some of these examples or more elaborate than others, but some can be quick and easy.
Climate Change Will Impact the Food We Eat
Like chocolate and coffee?
So do we!
If things continue going the way they are, these two things may be a little less available due to pressures placed on the climate. The areas in which cocoa and coffee grow are susceptible to becoming less productive, which means supply will become less abundant and thus prices will go up.
Don’t let this happen!
6 Flowers that Will Brighten Up Your Landscaping
Take a look at these six colorful flowers!
These flowers promote a low maintenance, drought tolerant garden, which means you can spend time, money, and water supporting the health and appearance of your yard.
A Quick Guide to Native Plants Across the U.S. (Infographic)
Native plants need less water, which means they can thrive in arid areas affected by the ongoing drought.
This is particularly exciting for those frustrated by the uphill battle to keep plants alive during increased temperatures and water costs. This beautiful infographic offers a lot of great tips and outlines some of the more common native plants in each region.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
Have A Great Weekend!
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We hope you found this edition of AGR Weekly helpful and look forward to sharing more with you next week. Until then, have a great weekend!